Hawaii's Kilauea volcano could have a major, explosive eruption at 'any time', the US Geographical Survey has said. Nearly 20 lava-spewing fissures have opened up, and lava is spilling towards roads. The volcano has been erupting for 10 days, and more than 2000 residents have already been evacuated. A recent lowering of the lava lake at the volcano's Halemaumau crater 'has raised the potential for explosive eruptions' at the volcano, the USGS said. Some of the vents in the volcano are now reportedly releasing such high levels of sulphur dioxide that it's posing a grave danger to anyone nearby.